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Get to know ArtisTree through our blog! Written by ArtisTree staff and special guest writers, we are sure to entertain, educate and hopefully make you come back for more! Posted weekly.

Discovering the Diddley Bow

Learning about homemade musical instruments such as the Diddley Bow.

The Daily Artists: Reflecting on Moving into Our 5th Year

It all began with: “Wouldn’t it be great to have a daily painting group at ArtisTree? Like the ones they have on-line, but this one would be a real life community of artists.” And the rest is history.

Notes from the ecopsychological expressive art work-bench: Solstice Turning Point

Photography is a readily available modality for creating reflective moments for the self and others

Creative Holiday Gifts for 2017!

This year I encourage you to push beyond the traditional pajama set or latest high tech gadget gifts, with my holiday gift guide for creative giving.

Photography Tips for Holiday Cards

Even with the Internet, there is something to be said for maintaining the tradition of the good, old-fashioned physical Christmas card.

Ornaments from ArtisTree going to the White House!

Every year one-of-a-kind ornaments are made by ordinary Americans, representing every U.S. state, territory and the District of Columbia for the 95th annual National Christmas Tree Lighting in Washington, DC. This year ArtisTree staff had the opportunity to create the ornaments to represent Vermont.

The History and Psychology of Gift Giving

To understand why we are so enamored with giving gifts, it is important to go back in time to find the origins of this unique form of expression that makes us so human.

The Global Day of Clay

2017 is the inaugural year of this event and ArtisTree is delighted to be a part of it. We are excited to share our studio and let people see what they can do with a pound of clay.

Stop Saying Cheese! Getting a More Natural Smile

6 Ways to get the kids to smile without saying cheese

The Beauty of Symmetry

Why do we like symmetry so much?